PostResources: Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) for SQL Server DBAs

Last week at Live360, I have had the opportunity to deliver my workshop on Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) for SQL Server DBAs. The workshop was based on an online course that I am about to re-release.

One of the things I like about delivering presentations is that I learn a lot from the attendees who ask questions. While I anticipate the possible questions that attendees may ask, my response to those questions are limited by my experience and exposure to the technology. One of the workshop attendees asked, “Where can I get additional information to learn more about Windows Server Failover Clustering?

I started writing articles about WSFC for back in 2009. Throughout the years, I’ve managed to compile resources that have helped me dig deeper into the technology and have used them to implement solutions and solve customer problems. I’d like to share those resources with you and hope you find them valuable. I’ve used these resources to create content for my workshop and online course.

I’m constantly looking for valuable resources about WSFC so if you have anything to add, feel free to send me an email so I can add it to the list. And feel free to share this with your colleagues, your team or anyone else in the community who would like to learn more about WSFC in the context of SQL Server.

My online course: Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) for the Smart SQL Server DBA

Resources to get started with Windows PowerShell for the SQL Server DBA and managing Windows Server Failover Clusters

For testing some of the high availability features, in case you don’t want to setup your own lab

Additional Resources


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